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The Biblical Basis For The Catholic Faith

by John Salza

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Our Sunday Visitor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Church History,
  • Christian Theology - Catholic,
  • General,
  • Christianity - Catholic,
  • Bible,
  • Catholic Church,
  • Doctrines,
  • Popular works,
  • Theology,
  • Christianity - Catholicism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages254
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8868362M
    ISBN 101592761461
    ISBN 109781592761463
    OCLC/WorldCa60426205

    Writing for Catholic Stand gives me a tremendous opportunity to explore my faith, and I am grateful to our Editor-in-Chief, Melanie Juneau, and my Managing Editor, Peter Darcy, for bearing with me month after month. Without question, my faith has grown as I’ve delved into the immense font of our Catholic Faith, looking for morsels to share with you who wait for the coming of our King of. To understand the biblical basis for Catholic faith and devotion to Mary. To understand Mary’s pivotal role in God’s plan of salvation as that plan is presented in the Bible and Church teaching. To gain new appreciation for Mary’s importance in the family of God, and be able to express that more faithfully and intelligently in prayer.

    (The Biblical Basis for Some Catholic Beliefs and Practices) 2 WITNESSES. Deuteronomy ; Matthew Two witnesses are required to put someone to death. Jesus bears the part of both witnesses (as God the Father did in Genesis ) in spiritual life and death situations, especially in the Gospel of John (John ; ;.   Editor’s note: With this issue, The Catholic Spirit is launching “Faith Fundamentals,” a new monthly column from Father Michael Van Sloun that explores the basics of the Catholic faith. This first column begins a series on baptism. Baptism is the first of the seven sacraments. It was established by Jesus and has a strong biblical basis.

    The book insists that the Catholic approach to seeking answers in the Bible must be "obedience to the word of God," but also to "the totality of Scripture," rather than picking and choosing verses. From that kind of study, the scholars wrote, the Bible does not give "a definition of the essence of man, but rather an articulated consideration of. This Catholic position builds on the belief of God’s chosen people shortly before the coming of Christ. In the Second Book of Maccabees (), written toward the end of the second century B.C., we learn that Judas Maccabeus “made atonement for the dead that they might be absolved from their sin.”.


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The Biblical Basis For The Catholic Faith by John Salza Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Biblical Basis for the Catholic Faith is written for both audiences. In a nonconfrontational manner, author John Salza quotes only from the bible to explain the basic doctrine of the Catholc Church. Chapter after chapter focuses on doctrinal "hot spots" including sola Scriptura, Traditional, papal infallibility, the seven sacraments,Mary /5(19).

An excellent response to those fundamentalist critics of the Catholic Faith who claim a solely biblical basis for Christianity, this is a well-referenced and highly readable apologia of Catholic /5.

"The Biblical Basis for the Catholic Faith" by John Salza was on my 'to-be-read' list for several months. I hadn't picked up a copy yet but a friend brought it to Bible study one Saturday morning offering it to anyone who was interested.

Then it sat next to the tv remote for a few months until I began to read it. I was raised Catholic/5. He is the author of Why Catholics Cannot Be Masons, The Mystery of Predestination, Masonry Unmasked, and The Biblical Basis for Purgatory.

He has also appeared on Ave Maria radio and hosts the radio program Relevant Answers. John Salza is held as a leading defender of the Catholic faith, and is devoted to :   This is the faith in which Jesus and the apostles were raised.

And it is in this context Jesus declares in the New Testament: And whoever says a word against the Son of man will be forgiven; but whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come (Matthewemphasis added).

The Bible teaches that the attempt to contact the dead through seances and mediums is a serious sin. The Catholic Church, being a Bible-believing Church (actually, of course, it’s more than that–the Catholic Church is the one and only Bible-writing Church), condemns all forms of superstition and conjuring the dead.

I have the book. It is filled with bible quotes supporting the Catholic faith. He didn’t use it to promote his geocentrist beliefs in this book. Good reference book for Catholic apologetics.

I also have his other Biblical series for Papacy and Eucharist. Both are good references if you need Bible quotes for support.

If you want quick, substantive answers to the most common (and even several uncommon) claims that Catholic beliefs and practices aren’t biblical, then Proving the Catholic Faith is Biblical is the book for you.

In these pages, veteran apologist Dave Armstrong carefully walks you through the key teachings of the Church, revealing how each is rooted in Scripture.

80 short essays explaining the biblical basis of Catholicism; Written by a convert; Simple, fascinating, and easy to read; If you want quick, substantive answers to the most common (and even several uncommon) claims that Catholic beliefs and practices aren’t biblical, then Proving the Catholic Faith is Biblical is the book for you.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Target Audience: Written for Catholics and non-Catholic Christians. Description: pages ; 21 cm. This work will help those who are inquiring about the Catholic Church to ‘take the leap,’ and those already within the fold to appreciate all the more the biblical basis for, and unique fullness of, the Catholic faith.” —Dave Armstrong, author of A Biblical Defense of Catholicism.

The Biblical Basis for the Eucharist book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. For over 2, years the Catholic Church has been cel /5(1). This is a message the Saints repeat over and over and as we will see below, it is very Biblical.

The Catholic Encyclopedia online asserts: It is therefore Catholic doctrine that the Church from the earliest times believed in the power to forgive sins as granted by Christ to the Apostles. NOTE: I’ve also added another page containing Pope Paul VI’s Creed of the People of Paul VI wrote that Creed in to give the modern world a summary of the basic beliefs of Catholic Christianity.

So be sure to check out that page, too—it remains an excellent source for learning the basic tenets of Catholicism. Organizes over verses showing the biblical basis for more than 50 Catholic doctrines - all in two pages. The amazing Bible Cheat Sheet helps you answer the majority of non-Catholic objections.

Fold it in half, put in your Bible and never be. Whether you are defending, questioning, or exploring the role of the Eucharist in the Catholic Faith, you will come away from The Biblical Basis for the Eucharist with a crystal-clear understanding of what the Church teaches and why, from a Scriptural ively footnoted, yet filled with the passion of a courtroom drama, this book.

Proving the Catholic Faith is Biblical: From Priestly Celibacy to the Rosary. If you want quick, substantive answers to the most common (and even several uncommon) claims that Catholic beliefs and practices aren’t biblical, then Proving the Catholic Faith is Biblical is the book for you.

It has been a fertile generation for biblical scholarship, an eventful time for biblical archaeology, and a fruitful time for the Church’s interpretation of the Bible. It is time for a new resource. Scott Hahn, internationally renowned theologian and biblical scholar, has inspired millions with his insight into the Catholic faith.

This book should give Catholics confidence that the Bible is a CATHOLIC book, and it should also help open-minded Christians appreciate the Biblical basis for many Catholic.

The Catholic Church (a.k.a. the universal community of believers that received the faith from the apostles) has been around for a long time; about 2, years to be exact. The Church was born on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2) when the Holy Spirit came down upon the apostles and has been going ever since.

Imagine if you were 2, years old. The Biblical Basis for Purgatory (Paperbound) offers the definitive scriptural explanation of this distinctively Catholic doctrine. Building on the teachings of Christ and St. Paul, he shows how the existence of a place of temporal punishment after death is not only a logical extension of what we know about the reality of sin and God's.

Like the Shroud of Turin and relics of the True Cross the Gospel accounts of the New Testament provide evidence of a clear understanding of the physical nature of our faith; a biblical basis.

None of the other attributes mentioned by the Roman Catholic Church have any basis in the Bible. The idea of Mary being the co-redemptress and another mediator between God and man is not only extra-biblical (found only outside of Scripture), but is also unbiblical (contrary to Scripture).